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Politics+Society

Juneteenth
The art of liberation
Published June 16, 2021
Baltimore artists, scholars, and educators will present dramatic performances based on writings by Black Baltimoreans at the forefront of the 19th-century abolitionist movement during a Juneteenth livestream Friday at noon
Q+A
The future of retail real estate markets
Published June 11, 2021
Alum Jeffrey Olson on how COVID-19 affected retail real estate and how the industry is adapting ahead of his talk with the Carey Business School
Domestic abuse
A lifeline to immigrant women in need
Published June 2, 2021
A new phone-based intervention provides culturally sensitive, trauma-informed resources for immigrant survivors of intimate partner violence
Coronavirus Resource Center
Pandemic Data Initiative will address COVID-19 data problems
Published May 17, 2021
The latest resource from the Coronavirus Resource Center will explore state and national data discrepancies revealed by the pandemic
Environment
Bug appétit: Why eating cicadas is good for the environment
Published May 14, 2021
Jessica Fanzo, an expert in food policy and ethics, discusses the environmental and health benefits of eating insects, including cicadas
'Safe System' approach could dramatically reduce road deaths while improving equity
Published May 13, 2021
Safe System roads are designed to minimize mistakes made by drivers, pedestrians, and cyclists and to limit the damage when accidents do occur
SNF Agora Institute names 11 Visiting Fellows
Published May 11, 2021
The new cohort will collaborate with members of the Johns Hopkins community on projects that further the institute's mission to foster global democracy
Q+A
Seeing colleagues succeed may make us feel more motivated
Published May 7, 2021
Carey Business School's Christopher Myers discusses new findings that exceptional success—like failures—inspire us to learn from others' experiences
Health Policy Forum
CDC director discusses COVID-19 vaccines, variants, and the U.S. pandemic response
Published May 5, 2021
School of Medicine alum Rochelle Walensky, director of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, returns to JHU for a conversation with Dean Paul Rothman
Q+A
Eating for a better future
Published April 29, 2021
Jessica Fanzo thinks seriously about food in her new book, 'Can Fixing Dinner Fix the Planet?' The book, due out in June, is part of the Wavelengths general readers series from JHU Press.